RAy2 – User manual

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RAy2 Microwave Link

User manual

fw 2.2.x.x

10/24/2018
version 2.13

Table of Contents

Important Notice
Quick guide
List of documentation
1. Product
1.1. Main characteristics
1.2. Mechanical interfaces
1.2.1. Antenna waveguide
1.2.2. Unit mounting
1.2.3. Grounding screw
1.3. User interfaces
1.3.1. RJ45 Ethernet connector ( ETH1+POE )
1.3.2. SFP slot ( ETH2 )
1.3.3. DC connector ( P )
1.4. Service interfaces
1.4.1. USB connector ( S )
1.4.2. Service WiFi – optional (using USB „S“)
1.4.3. Service Ethernet – optional (using USB „S“)
1.4.4. RSS voltage contacts ( S )
1.4.5. HW button ( P )
1.5. Status LEDs
1.6. Basic technical parameters
1.7. Dimensions
1.8. Ordering codes
2. Accessories
2.1. Overview
2.2. Details
3. Step-by-step Guide
3.1. Service access
3.1.1. Menu Link settings – General
3.1.2. Menu Link – Service access – Services
3.1.3. Menu Link – Service access – Users
3.1.4. Menu Maintenance – Feature keys
3.2. Basic link configuration
3.3. Link test
4. Installation
4.1. Line of sight test
4.2. Antenna mounting
4.2.1. LEAX-RAy antenna mounting
4.2.2. Jirous antennas mounting
4.2.3. Other antennas mounting
4.2.4. Dual polarization extender (OMT)
4.3. RAy unit mounting
4.3.1. Lubrication of the antenna pivot
4.3.2. RAy unit mounting to the antenna
4.3.3. RAy unit grounding
4.4. Connectors assembly and disassembly
4.5. Grounding
4.6. Power supply
4.7. Start up
4.7.1. Noise on the site
4.7.2. Directing antennas
4.7.3. Link test
4.7.4. Parameters setup
5. Configuration
5.1. Introduction
5.2. Status bar
5.3. Status
5.3.1. Status – General
5.3.2. Status – Radio
5.3.3. Status – Switch interface
5.3.4. Status – Service access
5.3.5. Status – Radio link statistics
5.4. Link settings
5.4.1. General
5.4.2. Radio
5.4.3. Service access
5.4.4. Alarms
5.5. Switch settings
5.5.1. Status
5.5.2. Interface
5.5.3. QoS
5.5.4. Advanced
5.6. Tools
5.6.1. Maintenance
5.6.2. Live data
5.6.3. History
5.6.4. Logs
5.6.5. Programs
5.7. Help
6. Command Line Interface
6.1. Connection via CLI
6.1.1. Telnet
6.1.2. Putty
6.1.3. SSH
6.2. Working with CLI
6.2.1. SSH keys
6.2.2. Scripts
6.3. Configuration with CLI
6.3.1. Configuration file
6.3.2. Firmware upgrade
6.3.3. Remote unit authorization
6.3.4. Radio loopback
7. RAy Tools app for Mobile devices
7.1. Menu options
7.2. Application availability
7.3. Feedback to RACOM
8. Troubleshooting
9. Technical parameters
9.1. General parameters
9.1.1. Technical parameters overview
9.1.2. Link speed
9.1.3. ACM switching
9.1.4. Multi-Path (Distortion Sensitivity) Signature
9.2. RAy2-10 parameters
9.2.1. Upper/Lower Limits
9.2.2. Radio parameters
9.2.3. Frequency tables 10A, B
9.3. RAy2-11 A,B parameters
9.3.1. Upper/Lower Limits
9.3.2. Radio parameters
9.3.3. Frequency tables 11A, B
9.4. RAy2-17 parameters
9.4.1. Upper/Lower Limits
9.4.2. Radio parameters
9.4.3. Frequency tables 17
9.5. RAy2-18 parameters
9.5.1. Upper/Lower Limits
9.5.2. Radio parameters
9.5.3. Frequency tables 18A, B, C
9.6. RAy2-24 parameters
9.6.1. Upper/Lower Limits
9.6.2. Radio parameters
9.6.3. Frequency tables 24
10. Safety, environment, licensing
10.1. Frequency
10.2. Safety distance
10.3. Professional installation
10.4. RoHS and WEEE compliance
10.5. Liability for Defects and Safety Instructions
10.6. Important Notifications
10.7. Warranty
10.8. EU Declaration of Conformity
10.9. FCC authorization of transmitters
10.10. Country of Origin Declaration
A. Antenna dimensions
B. IP address in the PC (Windows XP)
C. IP address in the PC (Windows 7)
D. IP address in the PC (Windows 8)
E. SSH key generation
F. Https certificate
G. Unit block diagrams
Index
H. Revision History

List of Figures

1.1. RAy2 – Microwave link
1.2. Waveguide pivot
1.3. RAy2 Microwave link – antenna and RAy unit
1.4. Grounding screw
1.5. Connectors
1.6. RJ45 Ethernet connector
1.7. SFP slot
1.8. Power supply connector
1.9. USB connector
1.10. USB WiFi adapter
1.11. Ethernet adapter
1.12. RSS voltage contacts
1.13. Hardware button
1.14. Status LEDs ( AIR – SYS – ETH )
1.15. Name plate
3.1. Link Configuration (RAy2-17, perpendicular holders)
3.2. Configuration Menu Link settings – General
3.3. Configuration menu Link settings – Service access – Services
3.4. Configuration menu Link settings – Service access – Users
4.1. Fresnel zone
4.2. Flexible waveguide assembly
4.3. OMT interface plate
4.4. Mounting example
4.5. Grease points on the antenna pivot and RAy unit bushing
4.6. Silicone grease
4.7. Horizontal RX polarization – see the arrow sign
4.8. Vertical RX polarization – see the arrow sign
4.9. Right-side mounting – vertical RX polarization
4.10. Right-side mounting – horizontal RX polarization
4.11. Protective conductor at the RAy unit
4.12. Grounding the RAy unit
4.13. RAy grounding kit
4.14. Protective conductor at the mast on a ZSA16 terminal
4.15. RAy2 connectors
4.16. Short bushing assembly formetallic Ethernet with short ETH connector 
4.17. Bushing and optical Ethernet assembly (with RACOM / OFA fibre optic cable)
4.18. Bushing including short lengthening (for metallic Eth with longer connector or for non-OFA fibre optic cable)
4.19. Bushing including long lengthening
4.20. Grounding installation 1
4.21. Grounding installation 2
4.22. Grounding Kit universal for 5-11mm cables
4.23. Grounding kit for S/FTP 4+2 cable
4.24. Grounding kit detail
4.25. Separated lightning conductor
4.26. Example of a correct lead installation.
4.27. Grounding options
4.28. Antenna lobe diagram
4.29. Signal strength graph
4.30. Correct alignment diagram
4.31. Radiation diagrams
4.32. Radiation diagram – incorrect adjustment
4.33. 3D example of more complicated Radiation Pattern
5.1. Info Refresh
5.2. Login
5.3. Status bar 1
5.4. Status bar 2
5.5. Page example
5.6. Menu Status
5.7. Menu Link settings / General
5.8. Menu Link settings / Radio
5.9. Menu Link settings / Service access / Services
5.10. Menu Link settings / Service access / USB accessories
5.11. Menu Link settings / Service access / Users
5.12. Menu Link settings / Service access / Users / edit
5.13. Menu Link settings / Alarms / Config
5.14. Menu Link settings / Alarms / Status
5.15. Alarm severity
5.16. Menu Link settings / Alarms / Acknowledge
5.17. Menu Switch settings / Port status
5.18. Menu Switch settings / RMON counters
5.19. Menu Switch settings / Queue allocation
5.20. Menu Switch settings / Register dump
5.21. Menu Switch settings / RSTP
5.22. Menu Switch settings / Port
5.23. Menu Switch settings / Port advanced
5.24. PIRL and queues
5.25. Menu Switch settings / PIRL
5.26. Leaky bucket
5.27. Menu Switch settings / PIRL Resource
5.28. Menu Switch settings / Egress queue
5.29. Menu Switch settings / 802.1p
5.30. Menu Switch settings / DSCP
5.31. Advanced menu diagram
5.32. Menu Switch settings / Advanced / VLAN
5.33. Menu Switch settings / Advanced / STU
5.34. Menu Switch settings / Advanced / STU / edit
5.35. Menu Switch settings / Advanced / VTU
5.36. Menu Switch settings / Advanced / VTU / edit
5.37. Menu Switch settings / Advanced / ATU settings
5.38. Menu Switch settings / Advanced / ATU
5.39. Menu Switch settings / Advanced / ATU / edit
5.40. Menu Switch settings / Advanced / Monitoring, Policy
5.41. Menu Switch settings / Advanced / RSTP
5.42. Menu Switch settings / Advanced / Trunk
5.43. Menu Tools / Backup
5.44. Menu Tools / Feature keys
5.45. Menu Tools / Firmware
5.46. Menu Tools / Radio adaptation
5.47. Menu Tools / Restart
5.48. Menu Tools / Bar indicators
5.49. Ray Tools
5.50. Menu Tools / RX constellation
5.51. Menu Tools / Frequency analyzer
5.52. Menu Tools / History / Thumbnails
5.53. Menu Tools / History / Viewer
5.54. Menu Tools / History / Data
5.55. Menu Tools / Logs
5.56. Menu Tools / Programs / Ping
5.57. Menu Tools / Programs / CLI
5.58. Help menu
5.59. Parameter help
5.60. Configuration menu help
5.61. Summary help
6.1. CLI menu
10.1. EU Declaration of Conformity for RAy2-10
10.2. EU Declaration of Conformity for RAy2-11, RAy2-18
10.3. EU Declaration of Conformity for RAy2-17, RAy2-24
10.4. Country of Origin Declaration
A.1. Jirous antenna 68
A.2. Jirous antenna 90
G.1. Block diagram of the unit
G.2. Switch and connected ports